Voice-over-Net Product Shown at CeBIT’97

By Julian Matthews

Local networking company Computer Protocol (M) Sdn Bhd has designed an Internet telephony product that greatly reduces long-distance telephone charges for intra-company communications.

Unveiled at CeBIT ‘97 in Hanover, Germany, in March, the new product called CpIP Voice, enables voice and facsimile communication over existing Internet Protocol (IP) networks.

Computer Protocol managing director M C Yong claims CpIP Voice is the first and only voice-over-Internet product of its kind in the world that complies to the International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU) H.323 and G.723.1 standards.

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